Crooked Creek Conservation Club - Logo Range Rules Newsletter March 13, 2023  Archives
Map of Club Grounds Summary of Activities

Welcome Letter

Rules of Conduct

New Member Information

Club Calendar of Events
Membership Application
membership applications are voted on by the Trustees on the 2nd Sunday of each month

Use the 2023
Gate Combination

Gate combinations were changed on Sunday, April 2nd

Spin the numbers once you open the gate!
Do NOT leave the combination dialed in!!!

Members only page
 Please read the update on shooting into the ground on the 50 yard bays!
Username is range. Use the current gate combination for the password.


Wing Fest

Saturday, June 8, 2024

Clay Sports
(Trap, Skeet & 5-Stand)

Field Trials
Bird Dog Challenge
Chukar Classic

37th Annual Youth Weekend
July 28-30, 2023

Work Party - Sunday, October 1, 2023


Golf Cart Rules


Range Safety Class - 2nd Sunday @ Noon 

Pistol Matches (USPSA & Steel)

22 Rimfire/Air Rifle Matches

Club Apparel

For Sale (updated 12/9/2022)

Concealed Handgun License Class

Target Stands - how to use

Sight-in Day & Turkey/Slug Shoot

2023-2024 Field Trial/Bird Dog Challange/Chukar Classic Dates

2023-2024 Field Trial Dates: 9/17, 10/8, 11/19 (Jack Davis Memorial), 12/10/2023 and 1/7/2024 (all Sundays).

Saturday, April 6 - 57th Annual All Breed Invitational Winners Trial (Club Closed).

The Hunter Trials are geared for the amateur hunter and their pointer or flushing dog.

The trials are run most Sundays throughout the fall and winter at six different clubs in the Cleveland area. For more information on the trial schedule and the rules/regulations, please see Hunters Trials.

Field Trial events are subject to cancellations due to weather conditions.  Please see this page and/or Facebook page for the most current updates.

For more information or to volunteer, please contact Tim Daily 440-796-8182 or Bob Allen 216-316-1113

Bird Dog Challenge and Chukar Classic events

The events are titled Bird Dog Challenge (BDC) and Chukar Classic hunts are open to all members and non-members.  These events will be held as a non-formal, organized competition with 1st and 2nd prizes.  These events will start at 8am. Published rules and regulations are available by clicking on the links above and are also available upon request.

Please contact John Hadzinski at 440-667-1297 to register for these events. In order to participate in these events, you will need to call to reserve your entry by the Thursday before each event. Dates and events are as follows:


Sunday, October 15 Bird Dog Challenge

Sunday, October 29 Chukar Classic

Sunday, November 12 Bird Dog Challenge

Sunday, December 17 Bird Dog Challenge


Sunday, January 14 Bird Dog Challenge

Sunday, January 28 Bird Dog Challenge

Sunday, February 11 Bird Dog Challenge

Sunday, February 25 Bird Dog Challenge

Sunday, March 3 Chukar Classic

All Bird Dog Challenge (BDC) Events are 3 bird events for $50.00

All Chukar Classic Events are 5 bird events for $90.00  (and INCLUDES LUNCH).

Safety Zone

To All C.C.C.C. Members,

On Monday, November 18, 2019, Crooked Creek Conservation Club and the Ashtabula County Sheriff's Department were notified of an incident that occurred on our property involving hunters. A house bordering our property on Route 534 was sprayed with shot from hunters shooting birds left over from a field trial held the previous day. This incident has led to the establishment of safety zones in an effort to protect our neighbors as well as the interests of our club. Poor decisions and indiscriminate use of firearms by our members cannot and will not be tolerated. These zones will be posted as soon as possible. In the meantime, all members are to refrain from shooting within 150 yards of any dwelling. We as sportsmen and shooting enthusiasts need to set the example of safe and responsible gun handling. One individual’s refusal to pass on a dangerous shot has placed us all in question. In researching the establishment of the safety zones, we found that Ohio law states that no weapons may be discharged within 400 feet of any building without permission. So not only were common sense protocols ignored Ohio law was also violated. We were unable to positively identify the person responsible but hope they realize their error and are ashamed of themselves and the cloud they've placed over us all.

Remember, while hunting on club grounds all state and federal laws and bag limits apply. Happy hunting and have a safe and happy Thanksgiving.


Your C.C.C.C. Board of Trustee's

New Safety Zone - November 2019

 Any comments, additions or corrections can be sent to Bud Connolly crooked_D_O_T_creek_D_O_T_email_A_T_gmail_D_O_T_com or 440-259-3512.